Page One Features Editor

Hayley Kaufman

Kaufman has worked at the Globe as a reporter, columnist, and editor since 1999. As the Globe’s deputy living editor, she oversees three “g” feature sections a week, including Thursday Style, and edits the Names page. A California native and UC Davis graduate, Kaufman was previously managing editor of Stuff and Stuff@Night magazines, a staff writer at Boston magazine, and editor of the Cambridge Tab and other local newspapers.

Latest stories

Prince fans will get a Graceland of their own

By Elahe Izadi , The Washington Post

Elvis Presley’s former estate in Memphis offers public tours and houses a museum dedicated to the King’s life and legacy. Now, Prince fans will have a mecca of their own.


N.H. racing school teaches the basics of controlled mayhem

By Christopher Jensen , New York Times

The school’s main purpose is to impart the integral skills of rally racing, an off-track motorsport.


London’s black cabs bet future on 119-year-old technology

By Jessica Shankleman , Bloomberg News

London’s iconic black cabs are banking their future on a 19th century technology: the electric motor.

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